Neonatal Equipment Market in South Africa 2010-201428 Jun 2011 • by Natalie Aster
A combination of growing wealth and rising middle class income has caused the South African neonatal market to see an elevation of $xx million in 2010. The market is forecast to grow by nearly xx percent in the next four years.
The report “Neonatal Equipment Market in South Africa 2010-2014” by Linarch Information Solutions Pvt Ltd covers and analyses the market for neonatal equipments in South Africa. It provides current market values and future prospects of the market. Further, the report also discusses various trends and drivers in the Neonatal Equipment market in South Africa. It also provides overview of the leading players operating in the market.
Published: April 2011
Price: US$ 1,179
Report Sample Abstract
South African Healthcare Industry
Healthcare Industry in South Africa accounts for nearly xx percent of South African Gross domestic Product (GDP). Public expenditure on healthcare in South Africa is around xx percent of the GDP and private healthcare sector contributes nearly xx percent of the GDP. The present South African Healthcare Industry is estimated at $xx billion and is expected to reach over $xx billion by 2014. This growth is driven by factors such as growing middle class population, increasing awareness on health issues, growing population, increasing number of medical scheme membership, high number of sick patients etc. In South African healthcare sector, medical devices market segment is xxx. It is xx markets in the world. The medical devices market is estimated to be $xx million in 2010 and it is forecast to reach $xx million by 2014. The market is highly dependent xx, with more than xx percent of the demand fulfilled xx. xx is one of the leading suppliers of medical equipments to South African market.
Neonatal Equipment Market
South Africa is the 25th most populous country in the world with nearly 50 million people. Country records more than 22 births per 1,000 populations. Nearly 1.08 million babies are born in South Africa annually which accounts for nearly one percent of global births. South Africa’s Infant Mortality rate is high compared to other nations. In 2009, IMR in South Africa was xx deaths per 1,000 live births. Mortality rate of children under five (U5MR) is at xx deaths per 1,000 live births. The major concern for the country is the xx in xx recent past years. The Infant and xx in South Africa has xx improvement in the last two decades.
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